Literacy in Post-Secondary Settings, Certificate (0462)
Department website: http://www.wku.edu/ste/
Pamela J. Petty, firstname.lastname@example.org, (270) 745-3510
The Literacy in Post-Secondary Settings Certificate provides graduate students with essential skills and instructional strategies to provide support for literacy learners and aligns with the Senate Bill 1 (2009) mandate for P-20 alignment of the Kentucky Core Academic Standards for English/Language Arts. This 18 credit-hour certificate is appropriate for, but not limited to, instructors at community colleges, technical schools, and adult education institutions. Courses within the Literacy in Post-Secondary Settings Certificate are not appropriate for certified teachers and do not count toward the MAE-Literacy Education degree program.
Persons applying to the Literacy in Post-Secondary Settings Certificate must be admitted to the Graduate School, and submit an application, two letters of recommendation, and statement of professional goals. For applicants from non-English speaking countries a minimum TOEFL paper score of 550, or a score of 79 on the internet based test, is required.
Please refer to the admission section of this catalog for Graduate School admission requirements.
Program Requirements (18 hours)
|LTCY 500||Fundamentals of Reading and Related Language Arts||3|
|LTCY 501||Reading and Writing for Learning||3|
|LTCY 502||Differentiating Literacy Instruction||3|
|LTCY 503||Assessment and Evaluation of Reading and Writing||3|
|LTCY 504||Strategy-Based Reading and Writing Intervention||3|
|LTCY 505||Job-Embedded Literacy Methods||3|